These fifteen stories stretch from man's beginning, from the Myth of Sisyphus reimagined to the literal landscape we recognize today as our own, from the relationships Aeneas had with women in 1200 BCE to the way a woman endures the damage soldiers did to her mother during WWII. Each story, modestly conceived, is driven by human kind’s psychological nature.
What Does a Woman Want? explores the question that so completely stumped Freud. Perhaps he should have read Jane Austen for the answers.
In today’s world, Elizabeth Bennett tries to spice up her boring life, but after she’s busted out by her two young children during an awkward dinner, her life and her marriage are catapulted into dismay. Thus begins the downward spira.